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Apr 14, 2017 10:00pm EDT
coming to pass. that is the conversation you may well be having. >> and published in 2002 with george to be a bush that in the age the civilization openly and actively taken technologies the united states does the remain idle. and that provides a means to disrupt the program that more weapons exist in the viciously to destroy those that do exist. where does china if it into this picture? >> but this is the basis of the israeli action first years ago when that begins the gathering threat. >> and what the chinese don't want us to see. but as those exports second minute out of china they have considerable influence but what holds them back and doesn't want to destabilize the country is more about the united peninsula close to the united states than in the strategic or bed. borne not to bring that down. if it is a missile or nuclear program. in with talk about trade or tie one and with this issue the building i am exaggerating on national-security issues. >> so that emphasis is right to. so let me ask about the question of self-determination berger you have a question so that question of sel
CSPAN
Mar 11, 2017 10:00pm EST
george w. bush has been commended for is the relationship with china and when you step back and you look at it there was a realistic approach to it at the same time he personally combined and brought in the whole question of human rights. in many ways very successfully. are there other cases that can be cited? share more previews on this. >> with that this is a i don't believe we are in a strong position to affect the political and other countries to china for the last couple of years have had a rotating up with things politically. the government has gotten stronger sometimes using the anticorruption drive as a force and sometimes intimidating or jailing the opposition. i don't think there's much of anything we can do to change that. we have other priorities like north korea so we are not going to make our work in north korea contingent on what it is they do or don't do at home. i also don't think this falls under what i'm talking about because of governments behave what i say someone badly towards their own people i do think it's their problem and you have massive exodus is that people
CSPAN
Mar 19, 2017 12:00pm EDT
by the administration of george w. bush pick you see the document made this clear stating quote in an age where the enemies of civilization openly and actively seek the worlds most destructive technologies, the united states cannot remain idle while dangers gather, unquote. there you go on from prevention in principle provide the means to disrupt the program before produces nuclear weapons or even if one or more weapons exist. to prevent the of an arsenal and more especially to destroy those weapons that do exist. so this is obviously i think a very crucial matter and certainly as it is plain out relative to the question of north korea. where does china fit into this picture, relative to this very question? >> guest: i'll come back to chimcheck in about 30 seconds. this is by the way the basis of israeli action fo force against iraqi nuclear reaction -- reactor to use them what looked like a syrian nuclear reactor. they were acting against a gathering threat, not an imminent threat and that's what it was they did. so there is precedent just to be clear for preventive strikes. i thi
CSPAN
Mar 13, 2017 12:01am EDT
september 2002 by the administration of george w bush saying quote in an age where the enemies of civil organizations openly and actively seek the world's most destructive technologies the united states cannot remain idle. and you go on to say to prevent the expansion of an arsenal and destroy the weapons that do exist more ambitiously. this is obviously a, i think, a very crucial matter and certainly as it is playing out relative to the question of north korea. where does china fit into this picture? vel tv to this very question -- relative. >> guest: i will come back to china in 30 seconds. this is the basis of israel action first against the american reactor and then syrian reactor plant. the israelis were acting against a gathering threat and not an eminent threat. there is precedent for preventive strikes. i think in the case of north korea, the chinese don't want us to use this kind of military force and indeed i think it is one of the things that motivates the chinese to put more pressure on north korea. probably 80-90 percent of north korea's imports and exports go in and
CSPAN
Mar 12, 2017 9:00pm EDT
published in september of 2002 by the administration of george w. bush. you said the document made it clear that in the age where the enemies of civilization openly and actively take the most destructive technologies the united states cannot remain idle while dangers gather and then you go on the prevention and principle provide the means to disrupt the program before it produces nuclear weapons or even if one or more weapons exist to prevent the expansion of the arsenal and more to destroy those weapons did exist. so, this is a very crucial matter and certainly it is laid out relative to the question of north korea. where does china fit into this picture relative to this question? >> guest: i will come back to that in about 30 seconds. this is the basis of looks to be a syrian reactor. they were reacting against the gathering threat, not an imminent threat and that is what it was and they did. probably 80 or 90% of the imports and exports go in and out of china so they have considerable influence but hold them back from using all of its influence over north korea. it doesn't want to
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